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    to the tribe

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    your curiosity

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    wherever you land in the world

Welcome to Culture Dock

The world’s first crowd-sourced platform that facilitates cross-cultural understanding.

Whether you’re planning to travel, are already on the road or are simply looking for a real-time glimpse into the heart of another region or country, let this living guidebook plug you into the ways and wonders of people and places around the world.The dock is where travellers land, after planning itineraries and booking reservations. It’s the hub where curiosity is unleashed and exploration and discovery begin; where one platform, at your fingertips, brings cultural encounters from around the world, together. The app is as much a tool for small and medium enterprises in tourism and culture, as for visitors to a particular region.

Uplift: Culture Dock also leverages the travel industry to support fair trade and sustainable development initiatives to uplift marginalized people around the world. 

Join us as we kick-start a global love affair! 


Screenshot of Culture Dock app

   Deepening the Understanding of People and Places Across the Globe. 

App Features

Shoot photos and videos in-app from your device

Upload content into designated cultural channels

Share with fellow travelers

Explore, and ask questions about content from the country you are in

Follow others on the dock and bookmark content for future reference from channels of interest

View trending videos and photos in the country of your choice

Search by country, channel or user to expand exploration

Direct message fellow travelers

  • Screenshot of Culture Dock app
  • Screenshot of Culture Dock app
  • Screenshot of Culture Dock app
  • Screenshot of Culture Dock app

The pleasure we derive from journeys is perhaps dependent more on the mindset with which we travel than on the destination we travel to. Alain De Botton.


Home page image credits:
“Connect” image by Eric Stoen www.travelbabbo.com
“Unleash” image by Eric Stoen www.travelbabbo.com
“Belong” image: The Angkor Thom by Grant Trammell www.thenewyorkbureau.com
Ocean image by Shannon Martin instagram.com/PageTwoTravel